A relationship is worth a thousand résumés.
Used correctly, social media can be your stepping stone to a new (or better) job.
Believe it or not, a few movies can help maximize the chance that you won't look back on your college experience and say, "if only."
Moving away from home and not knowing anyone in your new college town can be daunting. Luckily, the rest of the incoming students will feel the exact same way.
If you live on campus it’s easy to make friends with the people in your dorm, but if you like to meet people with similar interests it’s important to venture out. Joining a club can be a great way to meet new people with similar interests.
Here are five other reasons why you should join a club.
There are a lot of things I didn't learn in art school about making and selling ceramics and being a full-time artist. My teachers hadn't experienced a career making and selling art full time, so they didn't have much advice for me. From my own experiences and research I can confidently say I feel ready to turn this hobby into a flourishing business.
Building a professional network is a crucial (yet daunting) factor in developing a career. In a competitive job market, it's important to network efficiently and be memorable to your contacts.
I recently came across a quote by Timothy Ferriss that I've been thinking about ever since: "Success in life is measured by the number of awkward conversations you're willing to have."
Though awkward situations are inevitable, this reminded me of a life lesson I learned by observation on the job.
If your summer plans are nonexistent, consider these options to meet new people and gain experience in your downtime.
Fortunately job fairs exist to make the transition into the working world a little less intimidating. But how do you make the most out the experience?